The Underground Food Project provides unique food experiences around Brisbane
Two Michelin-trained chefs are curating a series of pop-up events that pair themed dishes and menus with the surroundings of the businesses they pop-up in.
Phil Marchant and Josh Raine both know their way around a kitchen. The British chefs have worked in some of the world’s best restaurants and now the duo have decided to take their culinary expertise to the streets by creating a series of food events at local businesses around Brisbane. Both Phil and Josh will create a menu that fits with the aesthetic nature of the business hosting them, creating a singularly themed food experience that is memorable and unique. Imagine an American barbecue dinner at an old school barber or a pop-up vegan restaurant at a community garden and you have the idea behind the Underground Food Project.
On May 26, the boys will be collaborating with Brooklyn Standard and Pure Man to create a pop-up food experience based around all things American. The Underground Food Project will be whipping up a four-course menu that caters for carnivores and vegans alike. Truffled corn dogs, 72-hour short rib cooked in Brooklyn beer and root beer doughnuts are just some of the options that will be available. The event will also showcase some live music and a pop-up barber offering mini-services for charitable donations, which will go to Save The Children’s Nepal Earthquake Appeal. Buy your tickets now and catch The Underground Food Project bringing high-end food to the streets.
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